Fashion Patternmaker
Certificate
Certificate | Fashion Patternmaker

Do you have refined manual dexterity and a passion for fashion? If so, the Fashion Patternmaker Program will take your talent to the next level!

Learn to produce, oversee and maintain quality control in the development of a design concept with this program as it responds to the needs of the garment manufacturing industry.

Graduates are able to adapt to creative requirements and deliver perfect fits to meet client needs. With this new-found professional mobility, you will be able to manage your career as a patternmaker with an entrepreneurial edge.

  • Apply principles of garment design.
  • Master each stage of garment production.
  • Digitally illustrate garment patterns.
  • Recognize industry demands and job market realities.
  • Patternmaker
  • Costume Maker
  • Custom Tailor
  • Professional Dressmaker

The Fashion Patternmaker Program consists of 3 semesters, 15 weeks per semester for a total of 45 weeks. By the end of this 1 year program, you will have completed 720 hours that entitles you to a Fashion Patternmaker Certificate. This program begins in October and February.

Term 1

  • Composition of simple garments
  • Assembling principles of simple garments
  • Graphic process application and visual presentation

Term 2

  • Composition of various garments
  • Assembling principles of various garments
  • Style Research by Draping
  • Fashion concepts 

Term 3

  • Garment feasability
  • Composition of elaborated garment
  • Style evaluation by draping
  • Research of distinct fashion concepts 

LaSalle College İstanbul's Fashion Patternmaker program curriculum is based on fashion design programs developped by LCI Education in Montreal according to Canadian educational standards. Graduates of this program are awarded a Fashion Patternmaker Certificate that is issued from Canada and recognized internationally.

  • You must be 18 years of age or a high school graduate.
  • You must have working knowledge of the English language.
  • You must pass an interview with an admissions officer.

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